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PBS
Jul 26, 2013 5:30pm PDT
be a catalyst for change. >>> japanese prime minister shinzo abe and u.s. vice president joe biden have discussed the disputed senkaku islands in the east china sea. biden stressed the u.s. position that japan and china should each seek to ease tension between the two countries. abe met biden in singapore. abe is on a tour of three nations in southeast asia. biden said the united states reconfirmed its position on the senkaku issue including its responsibility as japan's ally. abe said japan always keeps the door for dialogue with china open. the senkaku islands are controlled by japan but claimed by china and taiwan. >>> all nippon airways says it has found damage to the wiring cover in distress signal wiring in 787 dreamliners. ana says the damage was found in two transmitters. one had been taken out for inspection from a plane used for domestic flights and the other was kept as a backup. the carrier says the actual wiring is unaffected and no safety risk exists. the japanese carrier discovered the damage while inspecting all emergency locator transmitters for its fleet of 787s. earli
PBS
Jul 27, 2013 8:30pm PDT
met u.s. vice president joe biden in singapore. biden stressed that the u.s. position that japan and china should each seek to ease tension between the two countries. biden said the united states reconfirmed its position on the senkaku issue, as well as its responsibility as japan's ally. biden suggested that both countries have a role to play in easing tension. abe said japan always keeps the door for dialogue with china open. >>> police are questioning the man at the center of spain's worst rail disaster in decades. they suspect the 52-year-old driver of a train that derailed in the northwest of reckless homicide. 78 people died in the accident. the express train went off the tracks at the bend near the town of santiago de compostela. the speed limit there is 80 kilometers per our. a local newspaper says the train was traveling at around 190 kilometers per hour, nearly two and a half times the limit. police detained the driver while he was receiving treatment for injuries at the hospital. more than 140 passengers were also hurt. spain's interior minister jorge fernandez said of
Comedy Central
Jul 31, 2013 1:00am PDT
he went above the law. >> i did what joe biden told me to do. i went outside and fired my shotgun in the air. >> john: come on. he did not tell you to do that. there is no way that biden literally told you you should go and get a shotgun and fire two blasts outside your house. >> if you want to protect yourself, get a double-barrel shotgun. if there's ever a problem just walk out on the balcony here, walk out, put that double-barrel shotgun and fire two blasts outside the house. snob a little advice for trick or treatersality joe biden's house, if he's not offering you a treat, run. look, this man didn't actually shoot anyone so what is the problem. >> prosecutors and sheriff deputies say the way the law is written doesn't afford people the right to just fire off their guns. there must be a self-defense component. >> john: there must be a self-defense component. for example, say the person had been wearing a hoodie, then you would be fine. this is a tough case. on one hand people probably shouldn't just fire shotgun blasts into the air. on the other hand, the vice president literally
Current
Jul 29, 2013 4:00pm PDT
two friends catching up. we welcome tommy to our panel. how jealous and bitter is joe biden, and is this a favor that obama is doing to hillary clinton for being secretary of state, missed first term, listen, i'll give you a nice photo-op. >> at the risk i don't want to be drummed out of the white house press. it's josh earnest, he's not a new spokesperson, he's been there for a long time. >> cenk: thank you for the correction, but that dude needs more on-air time. >> yeah, he's lou gehrig. my read i is that the president relies on him a lot to negotiate with congress, so there is nothing to stop joe biden from being hillary clinton's vice president. but i'm sure that 2016 came up during lunch, which by the way, what is pasta jambalaya, is that a thing? >> cenk: luckily, i don't care. but i do like the idea of joe biden being vice president again. 16 years of joe biden vice president would be amazing. and i like the idea you introduce there as a lame duck vice president. oh, i can't take biden seriously if he's a lame duck. >> biden has been more involved than he's been given credit
CNN
Jul 30, 2013 10:00am PDT
was this morning's breakfast between hillary clinton and joe biden a preview of the presidential race. it's the second high powered meal for clinton in as many days. yesterday she had lunch with president obama over at the white house. there's a nice picture of them enjoying the meal. on the republican side a different situation unfolding. you have senator rand paul, the new jersey governor, chris chris t tie are trading jabs. let's bring in our chief political analyst. what does this mean? >> reporter: not forming those circular firing squad that we're used to see democrats form. hillary clinton was in washington. she was meeting with a couple of her old colleague who is are important to her who is the president and vice president. we're told the meeting were pre-scheduled. you can imagine what was on the agenda, mideast peace talks and syria. you look at hillary clinton meeting with joe biden, these are two people who ran against each other in 2008. they have been colleagues in this administration. we have been talking over the last months that it seems pretty clear that if hil
Current
Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm PDT
hillary clinton's white house lunch with the president. she is scheduled to have lunch with joe biden tomorrow. what does this have to do with 2016? >> it has a lot to do with 2016. she is going to tell the vice president, joe biden, that she is going to meet him at 9:30, and she won't show up until 10:00 and basically try to undermine him early now, because hilary very much thinks this is a position she deserves, she doesn't want to have to compete with joe biden for the role, and it is setting up what she thinks will be a cake walk for her in 2016. >> michael: bill, that makes a lot of sense. do you think she is going to say, hey, listen, joe, i'm telling you i'm running for president. don't tell anyone, please? >> she doesn't have to do that. he knows it. [ laughter ] >> i was at the white house today. two things, quick. i see that they ended up having lunch outside. that's the very table where president obama had the beer summit in the rose garden -- the lunch was originally scheduled for the private dining room, and they moved it outside. i just find that curious, but at the briefing toda
CNN
Jul 29, 2013 10:00am PDT
party's presidential nominee in 2016. joe biden gets 13% and andrew cuomo down with 6%. the president is close to joe biden but there's a lot of people who assume. i wonder if you want to weigh in, if hillary runs, joe biden won't. >> i think that's the case. in talking to people who are close to the vice president, it seems while he really is toying with the possibility of a presidential run, i think that if hillary clinton runs, i don't think he would engage on that. she is such an overwhelming favorite. the democratic party would be behind her. the big question is what is he deciding what she wants to do. we really do not know the answer to that. sdp you saw the interview yesterday. something he says is destroying the nation's overwell being. he's back to a major theme he used during the campaign. >> reporter: he's trying to reset the agenda. this theme worked for him during the campaign. the rich versus the poor. we're not paying enough attention to the middle class. the middle class doesn't feel like it's part of the economic success after this country. he's got, if you look at t
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 7:00am PDT
chris. ruth, start with you. to be a fly on the wall, right, between hillary clinton and joe biden. if we were to be there who brings up running for president, first? no you. no you. >> isn't that the interesting and mostdelicate question? my guess is the conversation did not come up. >> how could it? >> who is going to bring it up, right? >> joe. >> somebody has to go first. with the vice president, you never know with biden because it's a really -- he tends so say what is on his mind. so he is much more apt to say, so, hillary, what do you think the deal is? because that one is so much the elephant in the room. >> that's right. >> how could it not come up? >> ruth, you got your money down on vice president joe biden. chris, your colleague at the national journal jill lawrence, great piece. i was reading through it. titled what is keeping women from getting presidential buzz? hillary clinton. so when you look at that dynamic here that of the former secretary of state, is she overshadowing other women out like elizabeth warren and amy klobuchar and kristen gill la brands? >> when you l
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm PDT
, that is very interesting to me. we just learned that mrs. clinton and joe biden are having breakfast in the morning. what do you make of that, clarence? >> i'd love to be a fly on the wall there, because joe biden may run for president again too. i think this is probably realistically his last chance if he is going to do it. if i were him, i wouldn't, because i think the momentum now for hillary clinton is building up. >> you wouldn't run or you wouldn't have breakfast? >> i wouldn't run against hillary clinton. i think she has been able to -- well, you know, there is a lot of repressed support for her. a lot of folks, especially a lot of women were out to push for hillary clinton, and then barack obama came along. and going into the details of what happened, but the fact is both obama supporters and clinton supporters want to pull together now and go for hillary. if she decides not to run for some reason, there is no obvious front-runner. joe biden would be the only one. but joe biden has got his weaknesses too. >> you think it's a political breakfast in the morning? >> i think so. i t
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 8:00am PDT
sitting down today with joe biden, that is the breakfast i would have loved to have attended. >> we only know what was on the menu but not what was discussed. >> do we have a picture yet? >> not yet. >> jill, you wrote this article this week pointing out that hillary clinton not the only female getting attention and positive attention for a run. we got democratic senators elizabeth warren and amy klobuchar and all names tossed around and kristen gillibrand. the country is more willing to vote for a woman now for president versus what it was in 1937. is there room for more than one woman in the race? hillary clinton, obviously, it would be certainly the one considered with the best resume. >> well, that's true. and i think there really is room for one woman in the race in so much there is moroom for others. we have heard a lot of names kicked around as alternatives to hillary clinton. the names we haven't heard until lately are the three women that you've mentioned and they certainly have excellent resumes and records. by the way, just on that joe biden breakfast. if i were her i would te
CNN
Jul 29, 2013 2:00pm PDT
up between a president and his former secretary of state as well as tomorrow with joe biden. >> i assume the president just wants to pick her brain a little bit. maybe he thinks she can come up with some guide ideas. what do you think? >> sure. i think is more about his presidency than her presidential ambitions. look, 2008 was an extraordinary race. they divided the democratic party about as close in half as mathematical precision could get. they were probably the only candidates other than bill clinton who could have beaten either one of them in the past 40 years of the democratic primary. obama was probably the only one who would beat hillary clinton. it is remarkable how much they have been able to rebuild their ties. you see that today, an ease and a comfort. >> take a look at these two pictures. we'll show you this is a picture of the lunch today. let's put it up there. they're there, they're smiling, they're having a great time, having a little grilled chicken, whatever they were having. now look at this picture back in 2009. it looks a lot more serious over there. >> well,
NBC
Jul 29, 2013 5:30pm PDT
breakfast with her chief democratic rival in 2016, if she runs, joe biden. andrea mitchell, nbc news, washington. >>> tonight emergency storm shelters are open. people across the hawaiian islands are bracing for tropical storm flossie. it's expected to dump heavy rain, causing flooding and mudslides. tornadoes are even possible in this. even though the storm is weakening as it approaches the island, and here on the mainland cleanup is under way after severe weather across the east. and in western north carolina two people were swept away over the weekend and drowned. in philadelphia, there was record rainfall. the storm knocked out power to parts of the philadelphia international airport for a time. >>> the u.s. senate late today confirmed james comey president obama's choice to lead the fbi. the vote was 93-1. comey will replace robert muller who has led the agency since just before the 9/11 attacks almost 12 years ago now. he is a republican and served as deputy attorney general. >>> the fbi today announced the rescue of more than 100 children, part of a nationwide sting operation
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 2:30am PDT
breakfast with joe biden later this morning. >>> there's been a lot of speculation as to what president obama and hillary clinton chatted. tweet us your most creative one-liners using #waytoowitty and we'll read the best comments on the air. the competition is tough. >>> pope francis is back in the vatican after his first foreign trip as pontiff. during an airborne news conference en route from brazil the pope spoke with reporters for over an hour delivering candid response to questions related toment so of the church's most polarizing poli policies. anne thompson has the story. >> reporter: from the mass attended by more than 3 million on copacabana beach to more special counters spectacular images mark pope francis' trip to brazil. one of the most dramatic moments came on the flight home a no holds barred press conference something no pope has done in years. animated, relaxed and funny, the 76-year-old pontiff took questions for an hour and 20 minutes. asked about the so-called gay lobby inside the vatican, the pope gave an answer no one expected. "if a person is gay and see
Comedy Central
Aug 1, 2013 1:30am PDT
captioned by >> stephen: tonight, will hillary clinton run in 2016? and will joe biden run into a glass door? then, a family activity gets a modern update. kids, if you don't stop fighting, this google car will turn itself around. and my guest, emily matchar says women are embracing traditional home making activities like canning and knitting. i'll join in the fun by working a 12-hour day and then having a massive coronary. simon cowell has reportedly impregnated his friend's wife. that is shocking. simon cowell has a friend. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) welcome to the report. good to have you with us, thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen! [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen: welcome to the report. folks, i always try to keep a level head. you know i for one always try to keep a level head but even i am enraged by this bradley manning trial. first of all, that he had a trial. those prisoners in gitmo must be dying to know how he wrangled that sweet deal. you ma
FOX
Jul 25, 2013 12:00pm PDT
would vote for her. vice-president joe biden was a distant second with the support of 13%. the survey did not find an obvious front-runner for the republican nomination. >>> car service uber is expanding in the south bay and operating in silicon valley with a lower cost service. it is an app you can download that connects people who need a ride with drivers. a trip from sfo to palo alto would cost 60, sunnyvale to san jose 30 and those prices, they say it is 10 to 15% cheaper than a taxi. >>> there will be an open house tonight regarding the polk street improvement project. san francisco municipal transportation agency plans to  turn parking spaces into dedicated bike lanes. some businesses in the area have criticized the transit agencys' ideas, the own house is at 1751 sacramento street and starts at 5:00 this evening. >>> coming up today at 5:00 making a tragedy into a teachable moment. how one bay area police chief is using the verdict and reaction to the trayvon martin case into a way to reach out to youth in his community. >>> well, that is it for the noon news, thank you
ABC
Jul 30, 2013 4:00am PDT
contenders for president sit down for breakfast this morning. hillary clinton and joe biden dine at the naval observatory. yesterday, clinton lunched with president obama. the formal rivals shared salad, grilled chicken and pasta jambalaya, whipped up by the white house chef, of course. the white house spokesman said it was a chance for the pair to catch up. >>> new information about former penn state football coach joe paterno's reaction to the jerry sandusky sex abuse case. this comes from former paterno assistant mike mcqueary. he says paterno once said the school mishandled its response to the sandusky case. he also claims top school officials knew he had seen sandusky molesting a boy in the shower. this testimony came at a hearing to determine if three ed a straser administrators should be tried in the case. >>> a woman accused of defacing the national cathedral is under arrest this morning. the 58-year-old who may be homeless was taken into custody after green paint was splattered across two chapels. detectives are trying to determine if she's linked to similar vandalism at th
NBC
Jul 30, 2013 4:00am PDT
, tennessee today. the president will talk about improving creating jobs. >>> vice president joe biden and former secretary of state hillary clinton will meet for breakfast a day after clinton had lunch with president obama. >>> and happy birthday to hillary swank, who is 39. arnold schwarzenegger is 66 and paul anka is 72. i didn't know he wrote the theme song for johnny carson. >> you taught me something new. here's what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. >> npr scott simon talks about his touching tweets from his mother's bedside. robin thicke performs live on the plaza. now keep it here for more news, weather and sports. thanks for watching "early today." have a good one. >>> new this morning, a simple apartment fire turns into something much more overnight in san francisco. we'll have all the details up next. >>> new video into our newsroom, family members gather in china to remember the three people killed in the asiana airlines crash. >>> looked outside. a big fire. she was from leesburg, so we came out of the house, started running. i got no shoes, no pho
CNN
Jul 30, 2013 6:00am PDT
vice president joe biden. this breakfast will take place at mr. biden's home at the naval observatory and it comes one day after clinton's lunch date with the president and a backyard chat with the man she spent four years traveling the globe for, logging 1 million air miles. brianna keeler is in washington and joins us with more. good morning. >> good morning. you don't believe hillary clinton is just here sort of catching up with her pals, having lunches, having breakfasts? >> no, i'm sure she's saying it's okay, i'm going to run for president, not you. >> you know, maybe smoothing something over, carol, yes, this does follow -- she's having brunch or breakfast, you could say, as we speak. i will tell you about all that we have learned from officials who are aware of this breakfast and following it, what they are eating, scrambled eggs, avocado, whole wheat toast, but i bet the conversation is something that you'd really like to listen in on. this comes on the heels of her lunch yesterday with president obama just steps from the oval office. and certainly this meeting with biden we'
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2013 11:00pm PDT
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MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 2:00pm PDT
pictures of them in the rose garden. breakfast today with joe biden perhaps telling him the bad news she is going to run. what was a underground campaign is now becoming it seems to me, a develops transparent thing to get us used to the idea. this isn't a guessing game. she's going for the presidency eventually. president obama makes the republicans i think an offer they can't refuse. it's a pretty good offer. certainly a good deal starter. they can can actually get somewhere. i don't think they they're going to do it. and bradley manning, talking about good news, bad news. found not guilty of aiding the enemy but convicted of multiple charges that could add up to 100 years in prison bibi my calculations is more than life. let me finish with the offer of republicans, well, it's an offer they can't refuse but they may well may. they don't seem to be interested. this is "hardball." the place for politics. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 11:00pm PDT
, beautiful pictures of them in the rose garden. breakfast today with joe biden, perhaps telling him the bad news that she is going to run. well, it was a coy campaign, an underground campaign seems to me a very transparent thing to get us used to the idea. this isn't a guessing game. she is going for the presidency eventually. also, president obama makes the republicans i think an offer they can't refuse. it's a pretty good offer. certainly a good deal starter. if they can work on it a little bit, i think they can get somewhere. i don't think they're going to do it. i think the republicans are going to rebuff him again, but he is trying. >>> and bradley manning. talk about good news/bad news. he is found not guilty of aiding the enemy, but is convicted of multiple charges that could add up to 100 years in prison, which by my calculations and by most people's is more than life. >>> finally, let me finish with the offer republicans, well, there is an offer she can't refuse, but they well may. because even though they're getting a good offer about economic growth, they don't seem inter
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2013 7:00pm PDT
friendship. tomorrow morning hillary clinton will have breakfast with vice president joe biden. and coming up, mitt romney tries to rewrite his 47% tape. >> okay. that was ridiculous. no, that was crazy. america, it's intern week here at "the last "the last word." jose ortegon. did you have rehearsal time for this? >> yes, i did. >> but you're an old pro already. >> thank you. >> it's your last week. you're going back to school. will you ever watch this show when you're back at -- >> yes, i will. >> come on. >> i will. i will. >> the kids don't watch tv. >> and i'll tell everyone back home in new mexico to watch it too. >> okay, good. we're going to be back with more of -- i don't know. maybe you can do the rest of the show. >> okay. >> see what happens. find chinese restaurant. that's awesome! i know, voice activated and great gas mileage. so much better than choosing voice activated or great gas mileage. that'd be like eating sweet or sour chicken. oh grrrlg what is this?! sour chicken... it's good, right? that'd be awful. i think i like "and" better. and is better. the 2014 focus
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2013 10:00pm PDT
breakfast with vice president joe biden. and coming up, mitt romney tries to rewrite his 47% tape. >> okay. that was ridiculous. no, that was crazy. america, it's intern week here at "the last "the last word." josie ortegon. did you have rehearsal time for this? >> yes, i did. >> but you're an old pro already. >> thank you. >> it's your last week. you're going back to school. will you ever watch this show when you're back at -- >> yes, i will. >> come on. >> i will. i will. >> the kids don't watch tv. >> and i'll tell everyone back home in new mexico to watch it too. >> okay, good. we're going to be back with more of -- i don't know. maybe you can do the rest of the show. >> okay. >> see what happens. we also produce natural gas. that's how we make our living and that's how we can pass the land and water back to future generations. people should make up their own mind what's best for them. all i can say is it has worked well for us. now get the unmistakable thrill... and the incredible rush... of the mercedes-benz you've always wanted. ♪ but you better get here fast... [ girl ] yay, dadd
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 6:00am PDT
joe biden was attacking rudy giuliani for 9/11 and now a fellow republican hitting a fellow republican. >> it's two republicans having this conversation. not a republican and a democrat like it was in 2008. you saw this with the vote on the amendment in the house last week. these are deep divisions within the party. the 2016 primary is the arena for all of the problems the republicans have having to be hashed out and you see potential candidates staking out their role. >> i know a lot of times i bring you on and we talk about immigration. the divide in the party is not on immigration but how to frankly deal with the president and healthy and now how to deal on national security. >> the spectacle may be focus on the primary but the big question how are these candidates able to fare in a general election and you saw what happened with mitt romney. he went so far to the right. wasn't able to come back. >> shameless plug. you first. >> i've got to congratulate the 2,36 latino children who are reading for latino for looratin literature program. >> government shutdown strategy is
CNN
Jul 30, 2013 2:00am PDT
the white house in 2016. >> indeed. of course, joe biden eyeing that race too so that breakfast should be interesting. >>> trayvon martin's mother is joining the push to repeal the stand your ground law in florida and elsewhere. sybrina fulton joined members of the bar to tell reporters ha she thought of the law in the wake of a jury's acquittal of george zimmerman for killing her son. >> the thing about this law is i just think it assisted the person who killed my son to get away with murder. i think we have to change these laws so that people don't get away with murder. >> florida's governor and legislative leaders said so far they have no plans to hold a special session to review law. >>> how about something completely unusual and strange although it's john berman i'm talking to so -- i want to show you a giant bucket of kentucky fried chicken. >> no way. >> about ten feet tall. wide as a car. apparently showed up on a lawn near augusta, georgia, confusing the heck out of the person living there. >> i was driving by. i saw this giant kentucky fried chicken bucket in my yard a
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2013 4:00pm PDT
surprise on the democratic side, where hillary clinton is over joe biden by 40 points. boy, that's a winner. we'll be right back after this. members of the american postal worker's union handle more than 165 billion letters and packages a year. that's about 34 million pounds of mail every day. ever wonder what this costs you as a taxpayer? millions? tens of millions? hundreds of millions? not a single cent. the united states postal service doesn't run on your tax dollars. it's funded solely by stamps and postage. brought to you by the men and women of the american postal worker's union. this man is about to be the millionth customer. would you mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. nobody likes to miss out. that's why ally treats all their customers the same. whether you're the first or the millionth. if your bank doesn't think you're special anymore, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >>> and today i am announcing that the justice department will ask a f
KRON
Jul 31, 2013 4:00am PDT
an overwhelming lead over potential democratic rivals ranging from vice president joe biden to maryland governor martin o'malley. in fact all of her rivals have said if clinton runs, they will not oppose her. one new wrinkle is the huma factor. huma abedin is the head of clinton's transition team. abedin has been her top aide since leaving the state department. she's also the wife of new york's sexting mayoral candidate anthony weiner abedin's defense of her husband has reportedly irritated her boss. remember hillary stood by her man during the lewinsky scandal, but never publicly defended him. former first lady, senator and secretary of state hillary clinton hasn't even said she's running yet but one day after this. comes this: (ka-ching) ready for hillary=dot=com has raised more than one=million dollars since march. it's also signed up half a million facebook supporters. clinton has another half million through other facebook sites. those numbers aren't that big by political standards. president obama has 36 million facebook followers. but clinton won't be on any ballot for t
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2013 2:00pm PDT
. joe biden is contemplating another run for public office, in india, that is. the vice president went off script while speaking in mumbai, explaining why he might be able to run in that country. maybe some genealogyist can follow me up, but i received a letter from a gentleman named biden, saying that we were related. if that's true, i might run for office, i might be qualified. well, qualify maybe? eligible? probably not. >>> apparently mark sanford never got the memo that the house was voting last night or a memo about the dress code. he showed up last night in a sweat-soaked t-shirt gym shorts and sneakers. protocol requires that congressmen wear appropriate attire. the next best thing, he borrowed a placeser. maybe he was hiking on the appalachian trail. >>> president obama fighting back. and you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. ...so you say men are superior drivers? yeah? then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? thto fight chronic.nce. ost
MSNBC
Jul 28, 2013 2:00pm PDT
biden. >> or joe biden. leaving out he turned around $810 million for a rail line connectioning milwaukee to manson. he also opposes hospital visitation for lgbt couples. scott walker brought his fate aechb he has been very public. that's his driving rational for draconian abortion legislation that won't be popular with the general public and the general election. despite the fact jesus never said anything about abortion but he was quite specific about how to treat the less fortunate. when you lock at scott walk are's record, collective bargaining rights for teachers hurts the deficit but tach cuts for gazillion airs doesn't. that's the crown jewel in scott walker's kingdom of corn dog. >> ruth, he is not a washingtonite. does that help him? does that help republicans? >> maybe. he has this folksy appeal. he gave a speech in indiana and couple of right wing blockers called him awesome sauce. he has a plain style speaking pch if you look at the results of his tenure here in wisconsin, we are dragging behind the rest of the region in job creation. and every time he has a job summi
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 10:00am PDT
and possible 2016 presidential primary adversary, vice president joe biden, on his turf at his house. joining me now for our daily fix, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor, managing editor of postpolitics.com, politico's senior reporter mag ihaberman and peter alexander, a new dad. to you first, peter. let's talk about the president's role today. he's just arrived in chattanooga, tennessee. he's going to offer an olive branch to republicans. is that enough? >> reporter: we'll see. so far it doesn't look like the republicans are very satisfied with what they expect to hear from the president. we've already heard from speaker john boehner's office. they insist that they didn't even hear from the president in advance. white house says that's not the case, they reached out early. here's what's at stake. president is going to give these speeches, trying to tee up sort of the conversation, what he believes is common sense ideas to help the middle class. this is what the president is calling a grand bargain for middle class jobs. this speech that will take place at an amazon distribution cent
FOX News
Jul 29, 2013 11:00pm PDT
would. >> so unfair to joe biden. >> you say you don't know what her policies are, does anybody? she never made a statement -- >> everything is being set up. she will -- this is what i want to know. will she tax to the left or try to bring the party more to the center. >> initially she has to go left, you have to watch for elizabeth warren and those on the left. >> she will do the hokey pokey. >> republicans and democrats have to worry about the primary. >> shocking numbers about how many americans are living in poverty and out of work in america. life is not bad for president obama. he is getting ready to take off on a long vacation at a multi million dollar estate at martha's vineyard. we will tell you the whopping price tag when we come back. we're cracking down on medicare fraud. the healthcare law gives us powerful tools to fight it... to investigate it... ...prosecute it... and stop criminals. our senior medicare patrol volunteers... are teaching seniors across the country... ...to stop, spot, and report fraud. you can help. guard your medicare card. don't give out your card nu
FOX
Jul 25, 2013 5:00am PDT
president joe biden was the distant second with the support of 13% of the vote. the survey that was done did not find an obvious front- runner for the republican nomination, but 15% of those polled said they would support new jersey governor, chris christie. >>> former president bush is showing off a new look. 41st president shaved his head to show support for a 2-year- old boy fighting leukemia. he's the son of one of the secret service team members and made a donation to the treatment. him and his wife, barbara bush, lost son to leukemia years ago. >>> there is a law created by correct me if i'm wrong three years ago. washington now to tell us with cruise lines an out. >> public database. most incidents still under investigation and requires only certain types of crimes to be reported. the senate commerce committee found since the passage of the law three years ago, only 31 crimes had been reported to the public but nearly 1,000 reported to the sbi, 30 times higher than that's shared with potential passengers. the commerce committee found committed against minors are not reported
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2013 7:00pm EDT
clinton, i'm sure joe biden was pushed up the window like this. that was word that obama backed off from that, they are setting this in cement at this point. lou: i was shocked to see jack lew refuse to answer our colleague chris wallace's questions about investigation of irs to whether they talked with chief council and irs. are you shocked high would not? i was expecting national media to be in an uproar, because treasury secretary refused to answer a direct question. the public's right to know that been affronted. >> sure, but you know, he is playing a political game, he does not want to get ahead of any investigation, or anything that said, he is not breaking news. lou: he is a careful man. >> he is, but i engine this situation -- but i think in this situation, it may be every he wants to avoid any legal trouble himself. if it is going up the ladder, jack lew was chief of staff. we have to take that into account, he could be a player in the game too, but i will say from jack lew from your expectations of media, lou, come on, wake up, lou. >> juan, thank you, i will try to gain c
MSNBC
Jul 31, 2013 2:00am PDT
see what would happen. >> just to see what comes out of joe biden's mouth on live tv. i would love it. >> good point. last day of july. >> hard to believe. >> i know. >> some areas of the south, people start going to school the second week of august. it's crazy. it looks like this july is going to end up as one of the coolest and wettest on record in the southeast. here's our july rainfall totals around the country. notice this summer we haven't talked a lot about drought. we had enough rain in many areas. the west is drier than we like. the really wet spot is the southeast. look at how much rain has fallen this july. down in areas of florida. tallahassee, almost 15 inches of rain. widespread seven, eight inch totals from montgomery to charlotte and atlanta. guess how we're going to end your july? more rain, more clouds, more cool temperatures. the green map is rain near atlanta, knoxville and heading for charlotte. during the day, some of that will clip virginia and get to washington, d.c. the northeast looks great. the southeast, figures, that's just the way your july is going. t
CNN
Jul 30, 2013 2:00pm PDT
breakfast with joe biden this morning. let's bring in our national correspondent jim acosta. he's been looking into the menu. >> talk about a power breakfast, wolf. people close to both hillary clinton and joe biden like to say the two are close friends, but there are more than enough signs that both of these friends want the same job promotion. it was a meeting so cloaked in secrecy that both aides to joe biden and hillary clinton would only disclose what they had for breakfast at the vice president's home. but on "new day," paul begala said -- >> they are good friends and they do get together. >> we're putting to the a lot of envelopes with bumper stickers. we've had 65,000 requested across the country. >> reporter: she's already inheriting a volunteer army in form of the staffers and volunteers over at the independent ready for hillary super pac, who sprang out of nowhere in recent months and just announced they've raised more than a million dollars this year to support a clinton campaign. >> we do believe if she knows how much support she has, how could you say no? >> reporter: bid
Current
Jul 30, 2013 3:00am PDT
having lunch with president obama, hillary clinton, breakfast with joe biden this morning. wonder what they're going to be talking about. i would love to be a fly on the wall in that room. good morning, everybody. what do you say? it is tuesday, july 30. here we are on the "full court press," coming to you live from our nation's capital and bringing you the news of the day. wherever it's happening here in our nation's capital, around the country, around the globe, we've got it covered. we'll give you a chance to sound off at 1-866-55-press. that's our toll free number. you can join us on twitter. looking for your comments on twitter at bpshow and of course, on facebook for all of our friends, it is facebook.com/billpressshow. president obama spending a lot of time out there talking about jobs these days, particularly bringing manufacturing jobs back to the united states. and how to reward companies that do so and maybe penalize companies that continue to shift jobs overseas. making products in america so important and that is the focus of a new documentary that will come out at the end
CSPAN
Jul 24, 2013 6:00am EDT
this, yes or no? the politics would argue strongly for her to do it. joe biden, i think he desperately wants to run. i think realistically, my guess is the odds are he would not. you never know. once the democratic party has made a shift from the baby boom generation to generation x -- millennial -- millennial is after that. x is right. once the electorate has moved with obama or the democratic party has moved with the obama to generation x maybe they might go back for hillary, but what they go back for joe? don't know. if hillary clinton does not run , either refuse to believe we are ever going to see an open contest for democratic contest nomination with an all democrats feel. d.c. kristin delivery and? -- do you see kristin warren?nd, elizabeth might you see? i think there will be a compelling argument for someone not in washington, a governor. martin o'malley, andrew cuomo. fromian schweitzer montana. someone who says i have never worked in washington, i am not part of the cesspool in washington. you see that out there. a lot of permutations of where on thego, but all b
CNN
Jul 24, 2013 1:00pm PDT
frozen, as vice president joe biden and governors martin o'malley and andrew cuomo wait to see what hillary clinton decides to do. >> thank you so much. >>> now, one of my republican sources point out to me today that both of the stop hillary organizations are run and staffed almost entirely by men. they might need to be careful what they're do, because they're attacking a woman who hasn't announced what they're up to yet the to that end, i have a carrot, vernon. take a gander at what she tweeted friday, seneca falls 165 years ago today began a movement that remains the unfinished business of 21st century, that's a very influential women's rights conference in new york. now, as you may know, women do have the right to vote. what do you think that unfinished business is she's are ever to? >> she's leaving they crumbs all along the way to do more than speculate. served as an advisory. tracy, let me start with you, say she does run hypothetically, of course, hillary clinton running, hypothetically, she's got a lot of experience, she's been in the public spirit for a long, long time, bu
CNN
Jul 30, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. >>> hillary clinton breaking bread again in washington. she had breakfast with joe biden. her potential democratic rival in the 2016 race to the white hou house, after she had lunch with president obama. >>> the drill sergeant in the 1980 film and she starred in the sting and had guest roles in several other tv shows, brennan was 80. >>> a new mystery at king richard the third understand aeroparking lot. they found a coffin inside the coffin containing unidentified human remains. this is just fascinating. a lead coffin. they don't know who is in it. they have a hole at one end of it and can see feet. >> wow, that's weird. >> yes, indeed. there is a hole -- >> i thought they already found his remains, so this is another cough snn. >> you're very right. it's found near where richard the third is buried. they found this coffin and inside is another coffin. they don't know who is it in but hey. >> quite an active parking lot. >>> $136 million in jewels stolen in broad daylight. are the pink panthers to blame. talked to five members of the pink panthers and joins me with the brazen heist ahe
FOX News
Jul 23, 2013 11:00pm PDT
it will be a futile effort to try to repeal those. >> didn't joe biden give the advice to go buy a shotgun? >> can i make a point, this is the third segment and i don't want to feel like there's something wrong with me here, but i have been the last to ask a question. makes me feel a little inferior or something. >> oh, we will go to you first on the baby. >> yeah. couple things. one, the stand your ground laws eric refers to, he is right, they're in a number of states but they're different. for example, the majority of the states, you can stand your ground on your own property, used to be in your house, then they expanded to the street, some to your block. some places like florida, you can carry it with you. stand your ground goes with you wherever you go. that's one point. the other thing about stand your ground, you consistently said, so did other people, zimmerman trial had nothing to do withstand your ground, when a juror said that was one of the reasons she made up her mind. >> then she's wrong because it wasn't prosecuted on it, wasn't defended by zimmerman, stand your groun
NBC
Jul 27, 2013 12:35am PDT
invited all of his cabinet members to camp david. unfortunately joe biden couldn't make the retreat because he's in asia. 'cause obama told him the retreat was in asia. [ laughter ] let that joke go, and we're gonna have fun. yeah, we'll have a kegger. actually, president obama's really doing everything he can right now to boost the economy. and on wednesday he gave this huge speech that lasted for an hour and six minutes. it was long. i watched it. i mean, i think the reason it was taking so long is he really took his time with this one. really milked it. take a look. >> i know -- dads or -- grandpas -- who -- fight -- online -- [ laughter ] for -- >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] he really milked, everything. this is kind of weird. earlier this week, senator john mccain said replacing the dollar bill with a coin could lead to bigger tips for strippers as well as strippers having to wear helmets. stop making it rain! stop making it rain! stop it! stop making it rain! stop it. i'm leaving. [ cheers and applause ] that was cinnamon, everybody. that was cinnamon. >> ste
FOX News
Jul 30, 2013 12:00pm PDT
anything about the latest scandal. this morning she had breakfast at vice-president joe biden's breakfast, after she lunched with president obama yesterday outside the oval office. jonathan hunt is here. supporters april to be melting away-appear to be melting way. >> seems to have fewer and fewer allies, plately speaking, although the man himself is pushing hailed with his campaign and appeared defiant once again at an event here in new york earlier today. listen. >> a lot of noise going around. it's a mayor's campaign. a cacophony. i regret a lot of people want to have their say but i'm most interested in what the voters say. >> most interested in what the voters of new york city believe. 53% believe he should drop out of the race, 40% say he should remain in it, and that coupled with the figures showing him in fourth place, doesn't look good. >> shepard: wonder what the 40% think would disqualify one from running for mayor. >> it's new york. you can get away with a lot. >> shepard: that's fair. what about the idea the former president and former first lady and secretary of state want h
FOX News
Jul 24, 2013 9:00pm PDT
recovery in 2010? >> whatever happened to that? where is joe biden anyway? >> i think this is desperation. i think he's in trouble. obama care is in trouble and the fact that he has to attack bush in a series of these speeches shows he's in real danger. he is. he's not in carlos danger but real danger. by the way, i put your name in the carlos danger generator and you know what came up? >> what came up? >> geronimo risk. >> geronimo risk. let's see -- we're running this in realtime. let's see if this doesn't sound familiar. >> together we're putting tough new rules on the banks and protection to be tough on -- >> it's the same old speech. >> because we have the same old problems that we need to fix. >> why didn't he fix them after five years? >> because we haven't had a lot of participation on the other side. >> hang on. it's the republicans' fault. >> it's not about republicans. both sides. i think obama has even in some of his choices or at least the whispering campaigns around larry summers or those he's trying to bring in to fix it, i think -- i do get v to critique him on
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